Who knew caffeine inhalers even existed? Sure, on some mornings it feels like I’m inhaling that first cup, but in fact, it’s just desperate sipping.
Well, it turns out caffeine inhalers (some enhanced with lime or chocolate flavoring) have arrived. Here’s a story about their origins (apparently developed by a Harvard biomedical engineering professor) in The Harvard Crimson.
It’s called the Aeroshot, and it’s a caffeine inhaler. To use, you take a puff from the sleek yellow and grey cylinder. An entire tube—6 to 8 puffs’ worth—of the lime-flavored breathable powder holds 100 milligrams of caffeine, the equivalent of a large cup of coffee. Continue reading